What is Cybersecurity?
How is a Virus Different from Malware?
A virus is a type of malware attached to an application file. When the application starts, any viruses present also get activated. Often, viruses are spread through e-mail attachments.
Malware is an abbreviation for malicious software. Malware is a software which may steal information, commit financial fraud, or damage an application on your system.
Email Security by the Numbers
On an average day in the Town of Cary:
- 2,856 emails are blocked
- 168 are tagged as possible spam
- 1,581 are allowed through
Malware Threats to Beware of
- 154 Malware threats are counted on an average day.
- The current file (W32.Auto.473e61.MASH.SR.SBX.VIOC) with the highest threat was counted up to 124 times in a day.